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... people from the U.S., as opposed to "gringo", which often has a negative connotation. This is obvious throughout the country.) Down here issues pertain to 'Chile' and 'Argentina', their people, their lands, their resources. There doesn't seem to be a sense of belonging to a larger region or group despite the countless similarities - roots, language, form of government, official religion and history, to name a few. However, Mercosur, a trading bloc comprised of ...
... and find Indians ready for war, all lined up at the top of a rise.
Penguins are comical and it is easy to make up captions for their antics. Let me know if you have better captions than I.
group activity of the tour was a trip to Terra del Fuego national park. We had
decided that we would catch the End of the World Train which was now a short
journey tourist train but had previously been part of the convict railway
taking the prisoners into the forests to harvest wood to build the town of
Ushuaia. We were dropped off at the train station which is ...
Travelled from Cerro Sombrerra through flat plains and into a beautiful mountain pass that took us down to Ushuaia which is the Southernmost town in the World - we have riden to the end of the world! Checked in to the hotel for 2 nights and to moors will go a further 21km to the end of the world proper and then go to the penguin colony. This has been an amazing trip with lots of varied challenges and sights and sounds. We have survived! ...
... that share the
island, who are already laying.
Sadly was with a group of noisy latinos & a talkative
guide, so my videos are filled with their chatter and not the sounds of nature!
It was absolutely freezing (or below!), very windy and snowing lightly and
no-one was keen to hang around too long and we all rushed back to the
confiteria for a very bad cup of coffee.
Stopped on the way back for photo opportunities with the
wind bent trees.